I am pretty new here and there is an aspect of the accepted rules that I am not really clear about and would appreciate your opinions.
I have recently posted a few answers using IBM/Lotus Notes Formula Language. The main reason for this is that it interests me in the same way as the Sinclair Spectrum does. Having read through the rules (again) recently I have see that languages/compilers that are not openly available to all members of the community are at the very least discouraged.
My question is twofold.
Should I not post using this language? I have noticed that other posters are posting solutions using various Microsoft products including Excel and Powershell which are also proprietary and so thought it would be OK.
If I do post with LNFL should I specify it as non-competing, mention that it is written in a not freely available language (for anyone who doesn't know) or just post it "as is".
To be honest, LNFL is very unlikely to win any golf challenges (although I did manage a 2 byte answer for one but was beaten by a byte :-)) and the main reason for posting them is just for the challenge of doing it and seeing another language on the list.
btw, I am not a "one trick pony". I have also got upvotes for a couple of Python answers.
Thanks for your opinions.